New York City and New Jersey residents are experiencing an all time high infestation of bed bugs in their neighborhoods, affecting people in all income
brackets and even residing in high-end hotels.
Bed Bugs have invaded homes, apartment buildings and even five star hotels with a vengeance and at lightning speed. These grisly little nocturnal bugs only come out at night searching for a blood meal. Their residence are our beds and bedrooms.
These creepy crawling night stalkers feast and feed by sucking human blood. They pierce the skin with their elongated beak like a hypodermic needle. Bed bugs inject their victims with their saliva, which contains a numbing agent leaving you with bedbug bites. They usually bite in trails and drink until they become fully engorged with a person's blood - crawling away satisfied until the next night. Please see bedbug pictures above.
Serving NJ, NY, NYC, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Long Island, Weschester, Rockland and surrounding areas.
MiteBuster specializes in BedBug Removal.
Our bedbug treatment kills bedbugs and their eggs for upto 90 days. Our licensed and professional exterminators are trained to find and treat bedbug problems utilizing the most up-to-date and effective solutions. MiteBuster is the most reliable bedbug exterminator in New York and New Jersey.
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|1. We examine and inspect your home to see where the BedBugs may be hiding and nesting their eggs. Determining the severity of the infestation is key to providing a unique solution for your BedBug problem.|
|2. We steam treat your mattress and boxspring with high pressure steam of upto 280 degrees. This is a very vulnerable area where bed bugs can lay eggs and hide. The nymphs hatch in about ten days and molt five times.|
|3. We will provide and place zippered mattress covers to protect your mattress from any future infestations.|
|4. We then apply a specially formulated chemical that continues to kill bed bugs for upto 90 days which also STOPS bedbugs from being able to reproduce and molt.|
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A: Yes, Bed Bugs are visible from the time they are born usually looking translucent. As they feed they begin to turn from a reddish color to brown and dark brown. Feel free to refer to our photos.
A: Bed Bugs do a great job at hiding by the time you wake up so they can be hard to discover especially in an early infestation where there may only be a small population. Leave it up to an experienced and licensed MiteBuster technician to do a thorough inspection of your home.
A: No, during the inspection a MiteBuster technician will determine if you should throw any furniture out. In most cases, we can save your mattress and other furniture.
A: No, not everyone reacts to Bed Bug bites. It is common for only one person to react to the bites in a situation where 2 people are sleeping in the same bed.
A: Bed Bugs are attracted to carbon dioxide which we emit while we exhale. They are also attracted to body heat.
A: No, even though Bed Bugs can gravitate towards your dog or cat because of the carbon dioxide and body heat they produce, bed bugs cannot crawl through their fur to successfully feed.
A: A Bed Bug will usually feed every 3 to 5 days.
A: A female Bed Bug can lay 8 to 12 eggs per day. Those eggs will then hatch within 10 to 14 days. Those nymphs (infant bed bugs) can become reproductive adults within a 2 to 3 weeks.
A: No, they only crawl. Fleas jump.
A: No, Boric Acid it has to be ingested for it to kill an insect such as a cockroach. Bed Bugs only feed on our blood.